Francis Broussard

Francis P. BroussardMy research is in Native American symbolism/iconography with ethnographic records. I've given the Native American Culture of the Southeastern United States series (6 talks) of the RELIC Program (Louisiana Endowment of the Humanities) several times in St. Tammany Parish.


I am a member of the Louisiana Archaeology Society and the Academy of American Poets. I have been the narrator for the Christmas Program of Dancescapes for 25 years.









MA, Tulane. BA, University of Louisiana, Lafayette.


“Origins.” The Yeats Club Review 4 (1989) [included in Celtic Dawn 3 (1989)].


“Lapis Philosophorum.” Psychological Perspectives 34 (1996): 33.


“Meeting Among Stones.” Psychological Perspectives 34 (1996): 106-107.


“Uncle John, War Hero.” Psychological Perspectives 43 (2002): 144-145.


“Transiting Owl.” Animals in Poetry. Sarasota, FL: Sarasota Poetry Theatre Press, 2002.


“Hiroshima.” Word and Image: Invitations to a Culture of Composition. Ed. Jeff Wiemelt, Natasha Whitton, and Jayetta Slawson. Boston: Pearson, 2010.


“Origins” placed third in The Yeats Club's Mystery Open Poetry Competition, 1988.


Other Activities:
Lectures and presentations on Native American Artifacts and Culture.